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The urbanisation of agricultural land is essentially an irreversible process.
Farmer Phillip Woolley, called NZ's 'most recidivist' offender, faces jail if he doesn't clean up his act.
A Taihape farming business is a fusion of the family and the corporate.
Two farmers have combined their skills and farms' strengths to breathe new life into a long-established romney stud.
Dairy farmers are not the only ones reeling from the recent dairy price drop - dairy support and maize growers are worried too.
Maori agriculture has "huge" potential for development but only 20 per cent of its farmland is well developed a researcher claims.
Suicide is only the visible tip of a great iceberg of depression casting a chill over the New Zealand's mental and economic wellbeing.
Two new aquaculture qualifications are being launched by Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.